Including the five new references, almost 400 ignition coil part numbers are now available from the NGK Ignition Parts brand, covering 11,000 applications - representing 92 per cent of vehicles in Europe. Every item is supplied within its popular Yellow Line range.
Continual product introductions for most recent vehicle models are part of the company’s customer-focused strategy, confirms David Loy, Vice President Aftermarket EMEA at NGK SPARK PLUG EUROPE. “We want distributors and workshops to be able to meet almost every current ignition and sensor need with NGK and NTK parts,” he says. “These new coils are one of several recent range extensions that will bring even more business to our customers. Reference U5383 is a significant addition to the portfolio as it will fit all Polos, Golfs and other B-C segment VWs for the next few years.”
Providing a petrol engine’s spark plug with the high voltage needed to generate a spark and ignite the fuel, ignition coil quality is a key factor in reliability. Kai Wilschrei, Manager Technical Services Aftermarket EMEA at NGK SPARK PLUG EUROPE, explains: “Weak ignition coils cause engine misfiring and performance problems. That’s why, from single spark to dual spark types, all of our replacement ignition coils are manufactured to exceptional OE-quality. This means that Aftermarket customers can trust our coils to deliver a precise fit, superior vibration and moisture resistance, and long-lasting durability.”
The new ignition coils are listed on the TecDoc catalogue. Useful technical videos are also available at NGK SPARK PLUG’s free, online technical information platform, www.tekniwiki.com.